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Alphacool has released the Eisstation DC80 AIO power unit. It can be used as a filling aid or a potential booster for more pump performance. The integrated 2600 rpm DC-LT 2 pump has a maximum flow of 75 l/h and uses a 3-pin fan connector for power. It has a pressure test rating of 1.5 bar and is compatible with all Alphacool AIO solutions. Users can refill their connected AIO systems through a G1 screw plug that is located on the unit. The unit comes prefilled and is available for €64.99 (around $76.25) before VAT and shipping fees.

The ice station DC80 Power Unit consists of the ice station DC80, an expansion tank with an integrated pump top and a DC-LT 2 pump. Connected to this are two TPV hoses at each end of which a male or female quick-release fastener is attached. These quick-release fasteners are compatible with all Alphacool AIO systems for graphics cards and processors.

Source: Alphacool (via TechPowerUp)

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  1. Huh.

    Is it still an AIO if you can swap out components?

    I do like the idea of making water cooling more accessible and affordable. This is a step towards something more like a full custom build. A baby step, but closer. And for being a expansion tank + pump combo with fittings, the price doesn’t look unreasonable.

  2. What’s the point if it costs as much as a whole AIO? I mean I can just replace the aio with a new one instead of trying to bring the old one back from the dead by refilling or boosting.

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